Day: January 5, 2019

Pepper Family Homestead Offers Seeds and Handmade Goods

@papa-pepper family homestead has joined Homesteaders Co-op. It is very special to see the entire family, kids included, in the homesteading activities with big smiles on their faces. It is so exciting to see the kids contributing to an effort if self sufficiency both in terms of food but also income.


I am excited to see that they are offering seeds for sale to gardeners in the United States. Pepper family homestead has put a lot of love and effort into growing and saving their own seeds over the years. They go to great lengths to ensure quality in the seeds that they offer first by choosing only seeds of plants that offer great value and joy into their lives and second by offering only seeds that pass their germination tests.


@Pepper Family Homestead is offering more than seeds! They are already starting to offer some of their handmade knit items. You can pick up colorful knit scrunchies made by the oldest daughter of the Pepper family. There will be various other items for sale throughout the year including artwork and decor.

@papa-pepper now accepts USD, STEEM and SBD for seeds and handmade goods!

Consider supporting the Pepper Family Homestead by purchasing some quality seeds that will bring your family joy in the garden 🙂

In their own words (borrowed from their Homesteaders Co-op store):

After having a personal exodus out of the rat race, Papa-pepper and family moved out into the Ozark Mountains in an attempt to drop the cost of living in order to increase the quality of life. By growing more of our own food, we not only decrease the grocery bill, but we have a trustworthy, healthy source of nourishment for our family.

We want to not only raise our children up to understand how the natural world works, but also to inspire others to live a life that is more connected to the real world.

We have been saving our own seeds for years now, and often never have to purchase them again. Even the smallest of our children like to help in the entire process from planting the original seeds to saving some for the next generation of crops. It is our hope that you will be able to do the same and grow food for years to come.

You can browse @papa-pepper products at:

@papa-pepper is based out of Arkansas, USA and ships within the United States! (Homesteaders Co-op is an international marketplace and our vendors are worldwide)